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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 February 1937

"--"-" "' ' (' 1 1 i I i- i nmtM. jba-a. w. - nnimMnMMMvAu4aamrviHm'ilivivMii .wwJSV ..lUftftttft i CAMPUS DUST I JLttihhiii C Facts are facta no matter where you find them. Mobodv in particular la reaponalble ; this so If you want to fight Jump 1 the person nearest to you for they hl had a hand In It. Please wt look me up for I only wrote It J I heard It and you know how .. utretch. Who has the S. A. at present? I near a lot about It. saw Erskyne running acroaa the .mpu.s Sunday. She came back with tele&rum from College atatlon and lu she happy. Slmpaon is the name I am told. We still maintain that Whltey Mor- ris Is dying fast. However he says that he will probably outlive everyone over hcie after all. Bob Shannon neglected his heart- lt soma that he was remind- J! TREE A WILDCAT i PA AND MA ! j! Oppotite Post Of fice ij i rot It? H scms tnai ne was remind- ed by her that Valentine had arrived. What Is it that Frosh Henry Is try- ing to peddle out these days? He says that It I...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 February 1937

" i. 1 1 r r i b. il:' i YOU CAN TEACH A PARROT TO SAY "JUST AS GOOD" BUT HE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT HE IS TALKING AiOUT. We know what we are talking about when we say our line of Spring and Mid-Summer Suit Materials are the latest most colorful Fabrics to be found. Come talk over your Suit Problems with us. SOUTHERN HOTEL CLEANERS Sandy King PHONE 61 REPAIRING INDIANS STOP BILLIES 32-29 TO KEEP LOOP SUPREMACY Daniel Baker's Hill Billies suffered their first conference set-back last Thursday night in Abilene by drop- ping a rough and rugged hardwood battle to the Conference leading Mc- Murry Indians 29-32. The game was a hard fought bat- tle between the two teams that were .striving to retain the leadetship of the Texas Circuit. It was played be- fote a capacity crowd of McMurry students und boosteis. The game got off to a fast statt with McCulley hitting the basket for the first counter to give the Billies a start but before they could again tind the goal the Indians had hit theli stride...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 February 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian W '3 f IP YOU ARK INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE UT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elitrt Hubeari. I v Velum XXXI. FAMOUS HKH SCHOOL BAND Will PLAY HERE TOMORROW iljMffP'flOftftW1 j MEANINGLESS i MEDITATIONS Mia80"Tnnr We do not know whether or not the foculty members of Daniel Baker Col- ece have made any final decision re- riding dancing In the school or not tut we don't think that It would be a tad Idea to make a few commnets In ttrd to the question even If the decision Is reached before the paper makes Its appearance so here goes. It is well known to the faculty members parents and outsiders that college students like to dance and that they will do so at every oppor- tunity that presents Itself. They will dunce when they feel like it no mat ter where the dance may be who Is In charge or why It Is being done. Furthermore they will follow their own desires as long as they are al- lowed to at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 February 1937

P5Fi' um : THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Let Yountlf Go To Tht 1937 Rhythm Ik ..vl -.$'&: )BJSJBfW'fPW' I V PALACE DRUG STORE for HOT DOGS AND COFFEE . Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter J IBBSBBBBBBBBBBlk iV &A l)36 Member Ojy taocirJedGe6ictePrasft Distributors of CbIe6fcieDfces THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kiltfore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser WE NEED A CHANGE It is high time that someone began to plun a complete reno- vation of the recreation and entertainment program at Daniel Baker. Part of our trouble is this: Almost all of our instructors have attained the age where they seem to not care for what the students do nor how they entertain themselves. A club appoints a sponsor gives a party and the sponsor is u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 February 1937

CAMPUS DUST HIIIIIIIHI l-lrir th Unil rJZiZriVrin torm He hasn't been going many coiuw"- He n but Wfttch h8 .l.xl 10 ' " :. AJ MtViaf " k-i Me has proipecw. " m0k town "rl confewea that ehehaa do BU" i rase on our uwu( ... "'"VnATEB WALKER? pretty ceu BEB HICKMAN: "A bachelor girt m and yearns . fnu A Jf anil 'WrooRBABffm I """ .- fnl BILLY STEWART the UP-and-com- ing baaketball player is doing fine. The incomperable Esther seems to save a seat for him in Math every morning with a designing eye. . . Poor boy and we hear that he has a secret case on Loel HcNIght and BIN He Keeler says that he Is plenty nice too. hit the five ..i ten. inciaenwiiy 1 ve. .. hnd director Is shifting tetr mav "'". . .. i tn thm hann ?"' mm the baruone w - scrap .k M he Plays drum so he . ue don't have any dust on you JSrsTlNB LOVELACE? Just a ER? S mud-ple. First a picnic at Boyson's Cut with FROSH SmrY then Monday night to the ENB1' . .1. D. MORGAN. Then turn light around and make a ft5. GASTON (Monk or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 February 1937

w s SMART NEW MERCHANDISE JUST UNPACKED Suits Hats Dresses Shoes BETTIS & GIBBS INC. College Girls Clothes SIDELINE SHOTS We are beginning to believe In the theory that the machine age is inef- ficient. Additional evidence to that was accumulated at" the McMurry game last Monday night when the gun failed to fire at the end of that fracas. It is not at all desirable that the game should end as it did but every- thing Is clear: and but for the chang- ing mind of the McMurry lad who was helping to keep score everything would be settled. Why did he change his mind when he knew time to be up and the time keeper upon having the gun fail was on his feet tiying to attract the referee's attention and at the same time tiying to get a whistle when a fiantic long shot by Anthony dtopped through the basket. en the Indians. The Tribe must lose another game and Daniel Baker must' win all of her remaining ones to take the crown. We doubt that any other club can defeat the Indians unless it be A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1937

viAMtmcrewm Daniel Baker Collegian IP YOU ARK INURCSTKD IN THE GROWTH OP OANICL IAKKR YOU ARK A PART Of ITS GROWTH. IS VOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE IUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elltrt Huitari. " - -r--innsjrl fer Volum XXXI. IMURRYLOSESTOA.C.C; GIVES LOOP LEAD TO BILLIES ..ilUfBstBWWttii' MEDITATIONS TffvniaiuuusaBaiimuiVt rut week we spent a large pan oi our time in discussing the problem of niacin In Daniel Baker. This week want to say a little about a rec Ltion room of some kind for the wUeee We feel that It Is something Hut the school really needs and WMtblng which the students will Appreciate and the faculty members whole heartedly support once they pt in the swing of the thing. It seems that all we need Is some- one to take the Initiative. Nearly every student to whom we have men- tioned the plan seems to be wholly in hvor of it. Of course all have dlffer- mt reasons for wanting a recreation room but In the end It all adds up to jurt about the same thing the stu- dent wan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1937

I fe :J l! H Hftf J : &f: U THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entrt at Pott Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter 19)6 Member 9)f lksUGoletkfc Press Distributors ( Goteotofe Digest THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser TEXAS CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS? Abilene Christiun College's Wildcats have thrown it up to us. Can we take it? Only the Cats lie in the way of Daniel Baker's annexation of the 1937 Texas Conference basketball crown. The A. C. C. squad has completely eliminated the McMurry Indians from championship competition and the other teams of the cir- cuit have long been out of the nice. What does that mean to Daniel Baker? Tonight in the Billy gym the buttle of the year will take place. The Billies will be fighti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1937

44fcMM CAWrus w. i iri 'nc TJ!!nVa"d that they w one of Someone toe othw d WWULa think that hi. flrl. got f.t .lowing upsMt. hn - H that we hear haa turned "5 the most excellent profetalon? gj'would never have thoufht It. Would you? ti.vbe the B. O. B. will Uke up Ita Jf I since the weather hM turn- tcllvUes since oM iCnVtedup-overthewln. tcr month. what li the matter with Thelma Tt aid Fro Funderburg? We KhtrSiey were real pa.. or something. w ww Nelda Mc.'s old boy friend tnwnthe other day. Bet .he' hap- gtlng riled up. We iUU maintain that the music llice room should be unlocked STE Scnts who .till wl.h to practice". Bovi Oh! Boy! Have I had a JSbtl If. ter readng tUi co1" X the poem will fit In It Is S to tell what will happen next. Jpitwe forgive my assumed poetic bT8Ucb a pleasant thought To have when this day ends That you and I as days go by Are .till the best of friends. Now let that soak in and remember it when you start to work me over J i have omitted your name from this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1937

jWWWtfWVVYV"VWWWWyWWV "THREE SMART GIRLS" YOU CAN TEACH t "JUST AS QOOD"iUT S TALKING Aim i BEAT A. C. C. FRIDAY EVENING W Believe You Can Do It BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College Girls' Clothes HE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT HE IS TALKING ABOUT We know what we are talking about when we say our line of Spring and Mid-Summer Suit Materials are the latest most colorful Fabrics to be found. Come talk over your Suit Problems with us SOUTHERN HOTEL CLEANERS Sandy King PHONE SI REPAIRING ALTERATION! r vasv; BTT BBs i: i i k SIDELINE And bo It's tonight that the Hill Billies and the Wildcats front up A. C. C. way come to call hands in the Baker Gymnasium. And of all things It should follow an early week spree of basketball that sent conference favorites tumbling right and left and the longest trip of the year for the Hill Billies. The Blue and White rep- tesentation arrived late Wednesday from Canyon where they took two drubbings from the tall West Texas Cagers. Netdless to say that the Buffa- loes hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 March 1937

1 3 rj J ' "" " " '' XS3S3 33 Daniel Baker Collegian ' .. 3 r. IP YOU ARC INTCRKITII IN THI GROWTH OP OANIIL lAKER YOU S1 YOU CAN LEAD A IOY TO COL. LEOC OUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THlNK.-tlNrt HuillM ARE A PART OP ITS CROWTH. .-..--... --ir- IHi.lUiJL gir t Vttum XXXI. PEP-SQUAD WILL BIRTHDAY 4lggiftMiiifatV MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS . jmiiiiii""""111"1 ...i.. nun the bovs have finally done that little thing which they set rt to do. Hubert Hank Charlie and uvt have finally won themselves a rttMS Conference basketball cham- Bionshlp. We think the entire student body and the faculty as well as the wooorters out In Brownwood owe the boys " vote of thanks for their Jean's work. At any rate the Col- legian staff offers Its thanks. We have heard a little mention of track but It seems that most of the ...i. Lv.. their minds set on train- inr for the 1937-38 grid struggle Which IS facing mem. tucjr : om..- Ine to work pretty soon we hear. We would like to hang the track flag with that which com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 March 1937

i i t i THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Enttred at Pott Office of Brownwood Tex. s Ncond class sttr lJ Member sjf Associated Goto6kii PMii Distributors ef CbtefikfeDfceil THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser GOLDEN-VOICED DIVA OF SILVER SCREEN SPRING? ? Spring has come at last. We know it because of the actions of the students. Dan Cupid has prolonged his holiday and is still at work among the lads and lassies who stroll across the campus on these bright clear mornings. Not only that but more of the students are sleeping in their classes than formerly. The teachers are having more trouble in maintaining attendance and interest in the classroom work. And more than that the students them- selves just can not seem to get enoug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 March 1937

SpwhitirWuiirt 1fl h. .. ill. -WtJ JL HI ft ft ft fft fcAMPUSDUST j - llH''11"""1""1111 .- WammIi nliiti mafrtiAa thai n.her day Johnnie was pitted afalnst S one and only R. B. Wella. There L a certain beautiful young lady hatching the match with great Inter- 2 After John had eliminated R. E. the handsome Wells walked away ith the said woman. John apparent lv thought that the woman went with L winner because he really took Wells. Better luck next time Pop. Dorothy Nell Baker appeared re- ntlv with a patch over one eye and minus her specks. Listen kid the next ume that they atart throwing tilings ou bad better duck or get out pret- fv aulck or you might lose your head. Take It from one who knows. It was reported to me that Jean Kennedy was looking for a couple of horse collars the other night. What was the matter were you expecting a night-mare or somethnlg? We saw the movers take a toy olano into Speedy's house the last Tuesday. We thought that you were too big to be playing with th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 March 1937

l 1 I fa 1 M :mci 1W i r : v a Fu 2S-18 HILL BILLY WIN GIVES BAKER FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP Brownwood's Start Defeat Mozelle 47-45 Brownwood's allstar basketball team consisting of members of 1937's championship basketball squad an ex-student of the school and one pres- ent student defeated the previously Invulnerable Mozelle all-stars in Mozelle Wednesday night. Final score in the game was 47-45. Mac Miller coach of the Blown wood high school basketball squad; Hubert Davenport' Charlie Chrane Carl Mc- Curdy and Charles Jordan members of this year's Baker cage lads; and J. D. Donnell present student repie- rented Brownwood. The team Is plan- ning to enter the May Tournament in May Saturday. m STAR GAZER After 12 years' study of ustronomy us u hobby Lew Ay res featured In Paramount's "The Crime Nobody Saw" now is building another teles- cope In spare time. m i BILLY CHAMPIONS (Continued from page 1) the other Billies and though playing with four seniors the victory meant no more to them th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1937

rjKi rfnifcJa.j -v Daniel Baker Collegian IP YOU ARC INTMtmO IN THI CH.0WTH OP DANIEL IAKIR YOU ARC A PART OP IT! 8R0WTH. YOU CAN LEAD A SOY TO COt- UCE IUT YOU CANNOT MAKE MIM THINK.-linn Hulls """ ""ww ' . ... Mm -"W .-'!.. ...' i.fctfTitn-ni &&$ Vilumi xxxi. j MEANINGLESS ! MEDITATIONS f nmeauimii it .. ... t. that urtrinr had BDruns? Jit seems that it wu only a fake i of the weather. Still we it be certain that spring Isn't and that the cold spell wasn't Si to remind us that there were Ci days ahead before the final days Ke term arrive to end the pleas- 1 days that we have experienced. SLyer we still have hopes for that ftnVbalmy weather that Is usually plated with the springtime. Information has reached us that Jat of the students are anxious for faculty and the student council to iLh wme decision ih regard to 5g m Daniel Baker. We have aid just about all that we know that tould be of an yuse to those in the Sntroversy. but whether they take or leave It is up to them. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1937

iV f. fc. I- Ei- DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Eattred at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m second clui matter t36 Member IW rWcfcstdG6iosPriS Dtributort CbfefiirJeDictot THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kilgore Associate Editor Hurachel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser Before long genuine cases of spring fever will be covering this campus like a blanket. The grass will be getting greener the flowers blooming the birds singing and the world calling. Young men's fancies may turn to love but teachers are liable to turn to an empty class room. The temptation to cut classes is exceptionally strong during the last two six-weeks periods of the school year. It is indeed dif- ficult to sit through an hour of lecture or to stand at the board working math and English problems while the sun is floodi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1937

mitfl"!1 CAMPUS DUST g rrrrrrrrrrrrmr Jniiiiirr tt seems that the apple cart was turned over ror a ii "' Z Baker lads with the arrival of Zl first news of spring. Louis Pursch Son the run again. Matthew Watley .avs that Edwlna spilled his apples il over Brownwood and won't let anyone else pick them up. J. D. Mor- gan succumbed to the wiles of the Smen and waa left In the lurch by ur little Miss Lovelace. Gabriel smith Is on the lookout for new worlds to conquer and the Editor Treated his friend like a dog until she couldn't stand It any longer. Maybe mn of the lassies were In the wrong but we know that one of them was rleht and she can't be blamed we always said that these newspaper men wcre too Individual for the fairer sex. Does Emma K. still so about ask. Ing If anyone knows whether he still loves her or not? All Information ac- cepted at the window. Peek-a-boo! And the annual editor admits he does all his work In his office. Nice quiet place I'd say. i i Will Bakers BadfagPiels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1937

T If ' i 1 G ri v t t f i f; MM Buy Quality Hosiery For Easter M to GiUm&c fete- TKI LADIES STORE ill Collogo Girls Clothes MMM Hill Billies Meet New Foes Tuesday They ride again! Coach dent Taylor will tend bla 1937 championship basketball squad against Its strongest competition next Tuesday night In the gym. The boys will appear in an unexpected after- season game to show that they won their title honestly and fairly prom islng to take down this new contend- er for the crown without much ado. The action pmplllpig of a hard battle will begin at eight o'clock with Coach Taylor and "Father" Little calling the fray. The opponents will be the Daniel Baker girl's basketball squad. Rules will be played according to the girl's customs. The Pep Squad is sponsoring the affair. SIDELINE SHOTS By CULLEN PERRY Spring Is here or at least the loafing out there on the green grass and the washer pitching gives evi- dence that the fever Is here. More and more numerous are those would be tennis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 March 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian f If VOU ARC INTKRUTU IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKCR YOU ARI A PART OP ITS GROWTH. VOU CAN LEAD A IOY TO COL. LEGE OUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elkrt Hukiirt. -v iwi Volume XXXI. ROWNWOOO TIXAS FRIDAY MARCH 26 1937 Number 23 BIKER HONOR ROLL CONTAINS FIFTY NAMES FOR SIX WEEKS rXUflftf itiiii MFANINr.LESS E MEDITATIONS nirniivrmnnnnnnrt. Ugliest men have been selected by many of the colleges all over the state for the purpose of holding up the honor of their alma maters against the "King of Ugliness" "Jekyll Joe" of Texas Christian University. Every college In the state has felt the influ- ence of the action started when Joe Frederick challenged all of the col leges in the state to enter their most horrible specimens of masculinity in a contest sponsored by the Skiff T. C. U. student publication. We have been afraid to select a representative from Daniel Baker. It would seem unfair to the rest of the schools who are plan- ning to take the laurels. However sinc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 March 1937

t" t IF. 5 I ft L' i I ' - 'J f A THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EnUred at Pott Office of Brownwood Tex. as second clui matter W6 Member J Assocktod Gofetiote Press Distributors of Gfe6iateDi6est THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser EGO AMBITION PERSEVERANCE Ego the big I. Ambition the will and desire to get ahead. Perseverance the stick-to-it-iveness that living in the modern world demands of those who will succeed. Will the ego fit into the scheme of things ? Who knows. It is up to the person who exhibits the trait. If he can control himself well and good; if not well we do not know just what would happen but we have opinions just as the other people do. What yours is we do not know; but we do believe that all people hav...

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